When you’re installing anything in the home, one important thing to consider is where each door is positioned. Are you going to be able to open and close it when everything is said and done? This guy managed to ignore that question after doing a DIY job with his toilet.
Apparently, he was fixing a toilet leak but happened to be doing it with a hernia. He even took two full trips to Home Depot for the job. And after painstakingly applying the screws and wax ring, only then did he realize his faux pas. We guess it’s back to the drawing board.
Nothing in This Lift Is Straightforward
Sitting on the can is an activity that everyone treats differently. While some use it purely to do their business, others will take it as an opportunity to think a little, read a book, or even do a crossword puzzle. The possibilities are endless. But it's much more difficult to do these things when you can't even sit properly.
For some reason, this toilet was installed at the strangest of angles, making any kind of sitting extremely uncomfortable. We guess you could still sit facing the door, but it's just not going to be the same. We think it's time for a renovation.
This Is Why Punctuation Is Important
This is a case of someone who was either too lazy to use some simple punctuation marks or wasn’t entirely sure how to go about it. They could have laid that out in a few different ways to differentiate between the lines.
But, since they didn’t, it seems like that restroom is designated only to the disabled, elderly, and pregnant children. Next time use a couple of commas or even bullet points!
They Did What They Could
There is something poetic about this photograph. Somehow, it reminds me of a book by the great Ernest Hemingway, from which this excerpt is taken: “Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with what there is.”
Okay, seriously, the designer of this room could have easily managed the space by moving one or two of its fixtures, and this problem would have been very easily solved. But here we are, presented with a roundabout way of fixing it. This is the epitome of a fail.
Our Door is Always Open
The person who installed this doorknob clearly took the saying “Our door is always open” far too literally. Either that or they were drunk. This might not have been a big deal if the door in question was the bathroom door.
If only we could’ve been there with our camera to capture the moment of realization when the person responsible for this masterpiece first tried to put it into action.